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  1. I am a recent subscriber. So far, I am loving everything I see! Thank you for your recent collaboration with other bloggers, or I may never have found you! Best wishes in your future postings, can’t wait to see more!

  2. This post was stunning.. and not impossible. Love it! It’s the little things that can make a day special. Thank you!
    Francine

  3. Norma Rolader says:

    Absolutely gorgeous and great tips

  4. Beautiful. Your attention to detail is fabulous. I want to enhance my bath soon. Thank you.

  5. Hi Lory,

    Great tips, would you please add alink to the urn prints as I cannot find them on the site and I would love one!

    Many thanks
    Heather

  6. Gorgeous!!! What’s the paint color on the walls?
    Thank you,
    Katy

    1. Thank you so much, Katy! The paint color is Benjamin Moore Tapestry Beige, which I use in most of my house, as well.

  7. Teresa Snipes says:

    You ring my bell with the long, soaking bath! There is nothing like it to turn stress into bliss as you soak away the cares of the world!

    My hubby knows how important this is to my well-being so one of his Christmas gifts of 2020 was a lovely bath tray that fits across the tub made of gorgeous wood that enhances my bath experience.

    We are getting ready to redo 2 of our 4 bathrooms, so thank you for the post. I was already headed in your direction, but I love being validated.

    Blessings,

    Teresa

  8. I love it, such luxury! Also love the Tapestry Beige paint color which I am going to get a sample of.

  9. Jean Windham says:

    Lory, I enjoyed reading all the ideas, suggestions and methods to achieve a nice way to have a special day in a beautiful bathroom. All the tips are helpful and visually spot on! Thank you Jean

      1. Jean Windham says:

        I have been following you for a long time. Your style is the style I love. In fact, I want to start painting some of my furniture. Thank you for responding to my message. Jean

  10. Interestingly, the only sense that affects two areas of the brain is the sense of smell. It triggers a response in the brain for memory, and another trigger goes to the area for emotions. That is why sense of smell is so powerful. Did you know that Starbucks has patented their sense of smell for their coffee/lattes? It’s true. That is why it took so very long to begin selling its breakfast foods; they wanted to make sure the patented smell of coffee was not overtaken by muffins, or whatever. Who knew? !